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About


Founded in 2012, The Housecrowd is a peer-to-peer lending and property crowdfunding platform. All investments are secured by UK property assets. Funds are lent directly to property owners or developers and lenders can expect returns up to 10% per annum. Investments on the platform have totalled almost £85m with an average return rate of 9.2% per annum over 179 secured peer-to-peer loans. Five products are available to meet the needs of both borrowers and lenders. The Housecrowd is FCA regulated and Cyber Security Certified.

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The House Crowd are the UKs leading property crowdfunding platform with over 125 successful projects under our belt. We offer (amongst other things) high income, fixed loans to property related companies. Returns are typically 7.5%+  a year and secured against property owned by the relevant company.


The House Crowd is a great new way you can invest small amounts in property via ‘crowd funding’.


The House Crowd are the UKs leading property crowdfunding platform with over 125 successful projects under our belt. We offer (amongst other things) high income, fixed interest bonds in property related companies. Returns are typically 7.5%+  a year and secured against property owned by the relevant company.

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